Health IT Transformation Awards

NCHICA’s Health IT Transformation Awards seek to highlight solutions in population health management, connected health and patient engagement that improve health outcomes, enhance patient care and lower costs.

Award Categories

Population Health Management

  • healthcare data analytics
  • ACO policy
  • care management
  • predictive modeling
  • disease management

Connected Health

  • care transitions
  • care coordination
  • telehealth
  • health information exchange
  • connecting for public health

Patient Engagement

  • patient portals
  • mobile apps
  • patient-generated data
  • electronic data capture platforms
  • secure email messaging

Award Selection

Finalists will be selected by a panel of industry experts serving on the Awards Selection Committee. Winners will be announced at the Awards Luncheon on September 14, 2015 at the Pinehurst Resort (held in conjunction with NCHICA’s Annual Conference). The Awards Selection Committee will rate the nominations on these criteria:

  • The results (or potential results) of the solution on healthcare’s “triple aim”:  improved health outcomes, better patient care, and lower costs (50 points)
  • Viability of solution to transform healthcare (30 points)
  • Alignment of solution with selected category (20 points)

Award Finalists

Two representatives from each finalist organization will receive a complimentary registration to attend the Awards Luncheon on September 14, 2015.  The finalist organizations are invited to display their solution at NCHICA’s Annual Conference on September 14 prior to the Awards Luncheon (either in a poster display or exhibit table).

Deadlines

  • Nominations are due by May 15, 2015.
  • The finalists will be notified by July 14, 2015.

NCHICA has created a collaborative organization that no other State has achieved. It includes vendors, providers, payers, physicians, nurses, clinicians, attorneys, information technologists and other professionals, working together to improve healthcare within North Carolina in every way, from the use of technology, to public policy considerations, to patient privacy, and more. Belonging to, and participating in, this organization helps you to not only keep up with the changing healthcare environment, but to have some influence on those changes.

— David B. Dillehunt
VP & CIO
FirstHealth of the Carolinas
Pinehurst, NC

Attend the Health IT Transformation Awards Luncheon on September 14, 2015 in Pinehurst, NC.

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